Top winners from 1949

CelebritiesJohn WayneSusan HaywardJohn IrelandElsa LanchesterKirk DouglasGregory Peck

denotes winner

Performance by an actor in a leading role
Broderick Crawford as Willie Stark
in ALL THE KING'S MEN Robert Rossen Productions; Columbia
Kirk Douglas as Midge Kelly
in CHAMPION Screen Plays Corporation; UA
Gregory Peck as General Savage
in TWELVE O'CLOCK HIGH 20th Century-Fox
Richard Todd as Lachie
in THE HASTY HEART Warner Bros.
John Wayne as Sergeant John M. Stryker
in SANDS OF IWO JIMA Republic

Performance by an actor in a supporting role
John Ireland as Jack Burden
in ALL THE KING'S MEN Robert Rossen Productions; Columbia
Dean Jagger as Major Stovall
in TWELVE O'CLOCK HIGH 20th Century-Fox
Arthur Kennedy as Connie Kelly
in CHAMPION Screen Plays Corporation; UA
Ralph Richardson as Dr. Austin Sloper
in THE HEIRESS Paramount
James Whitmore as Kinnie
in BATTLEGROUND MGM

Performance by an actress in a leading role
Jeanne Crain as Pinky
in PINKY 20th Century-Fox
Olivia De Havilland as Catherine Sloper
in THE HEIRESS Paramount
Susan Hayward as Eloise Winters
in MY FOOLISH HEART Samuel Goldwyn Productions; RKO Radio
Deborah Kerr as Evelyn Boult
in EDWARD, MY SON MGM
Loretta Young as Sister Margaret
in COME TO THE STABLE 20th Century-Fox

Performance by an actress in a supporting role
Ethel Barrymore as Miss Em
in PINKY 20th Century-Fox
Celeste Holm as Sister Scholastica
in COME TO THE STABLE 20th Century-Fox
Elsa Lanchester as Miss Potts
in COME TO THE STABLE 20th Century-Fox
Mercedes McCambridge as Sadie Burke
in ALL THE KING'S MEN Robert Rossen Productions; Columbia
Ethel Waters as Granny
in PINKY 20th Century-Fox
Best picture of the year ALL THE KING'S MEN Robert Rossen Productions; Columbia
BATTLEGROUND MGM
THE HEIRESS Paramount
A LETTER TO THREE WIVES 20th Century-Fox
TWELVE O'CLOCK HIGH 20th Century-Fox

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